Don't forget - Fixed Or Repaired Daily.....triangles wrote:Living up to the acronym Found On Road Dead in your case Carbuff.
Well, at least they are doing something and not relying on Ford tech support to figure it out from 1000 miles away. If they come up with a broken or shorted wire, at least youll have evidence of something wrong. My guess is...........new battery!!!!!!!! LOL.TexaCali wrote:wow carbuff! Glad the dealer stepped up and did the right thing. But still troubling they couldn't fix the car and make it right.
Got a msg from the service manager on my car today. Sounds like they are going through the wiring harness looking for possible bad connections. Some how I'm not encouraged.
Well, unless something falls in my lap I will be without an ev. New is just not practical for me. I cant justify the payment for the limited driving that I do. But, on the horizon, my wifes car will be paid up soon and that will free up $350 a month for the next new car. Its my turn. LOL. Its been my turn for the last 3 cars. She always gets the new one. LOL. Im kinda gun shy about buying a used ev now that Ive seen how expensive they can be to fix. I also may be inheriting my moms Fusion as she might not be driving any more. So, who knows. LOL.TexaCali wrote:New Battery would be awesome! Oh please let the bad connection be internal to the battery......
Meanwhile I wait....and drive the rental base model Fiesta they gave me. Man that thing is a tiny tin box.
So Carbuff, are you going to get another electric car? If so which one? There are a lot of interesting cars on the horizon but not a lot to pick from in current offerings. Seems like you can pick from expensive, ugly, and low range. And many of the offerings are "compliance cars" (like the FFE) where support may be lacking.